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The Second Canadian Semantic Web Symposium 2009

http://isel.cs.unb.ca/%7Ecswws09

May 24, 2009 – May 24, 2009


CSWWS 2009, http://isel.cs.unb.ca/%7Ecswws09, will be held in Kelowna, British Columbia (May 24, 2009). This symposium is associated with the 22nd Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence.

 

As a followup to the http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/%7Eley/db/conf/cswws/cswws2006.html, CSWWS 2009 aims at bringing together Canadian and international researchers in Web technologies and knowledge management to discuss about various issues related to the Semantic Web.

The Second Canadian Semantic Web Working Symposium 2009 calls for papers in all topics related to semantic web technologies and their applications. The following are some example topics:

 

  • Languages, tools and methodologies for the Semantic Web
  • The application of AI technologies in the Semantic Web
  • Searching, querying, visualizing and interpreting the Semantic Web
  • Semantic Web-based Knowledge Management;
  • Semantic Grid and semantic Grid services
  • Trust, privacy, security on the Semantic Web;
  • Ontology design, evolution, management
  • Ontology mapping and merging
  • Semantic Web and uncertainty
  • Description logics and ontologies
  • Modular, distributed, and multi-ontologies
  • Semantic Web technologies for collaboration and cooperation
  • Semantic Web Services (description, discovery, invocation, composition)
  • Semantic Grid and semantic Grid services
  • Semantic Web for databases
  • Trust, privacy, security on the Semantic Web
  • Practical applications of the Semantic Web techniques in e-business, e-commerce, e-government and e-learning

 

CSWWS 2009 will feature two research and Work-In-Progress tracks. The objective of the research track is to solicit original papers that present accomplished researches on the area of the Semantic Web.  The Work-In-Progress track aims at providing an opportunity for practitioners to present their on-going research on the theory and application of the Semantic Web, even when implementation or deployment has not been completed.

 

Accepted submissions will be published in the symposium Proceeding. Furthermore, all accepted papers will be invited to be published after applying requested revisions in the "Canadian Semantic Web 2" book. (The first volume of this book that is related to the CSWWS 2006 is available http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+&+information+retri...)

 

Authors are invited to submit full papers in PDF, Postscript or MS-Word RTF electronically. All papers must be written in English. Research papers can be up to 12 pages in length and Work-In-Progress papers can be up to 6 pages. Papers must be formatted according to Springer's LNCS style. Please follow the instructions for authors at Springer's site for authors. To submit papers, please follow http://isel.cs.unb.ca/%7Ecswwc09/cswwc09/index.php/CSWWS/2009/presenter/... the automatic submission procedure. Papers that are not submitted through the automatic procedure will not be reviewed.

 

Important Dates

Submission deadline: 15 March 2009

Notification of acceptance: 15 April 2009

Camera ready due: 30 April 2009

 

Steering Chairs 

Mamadou Tadiou Kone, University of Laval, Canada

Daniel Lemire, University of Quebec, Canada

Program Chair

Weichang Du, University of New Brunswick, Canada

 

Program Organizer

Faezeh Ensan, University of New Brunswick, Canada


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